11th Pilgrimage to Rome


PEREGRINATIO AD PETRI SEDEM MMXXII


About us


Each year, from 2012 onward, the representatives of the People “Summorum Pontificum” bring together in Rome faithful, priests and religious from all over the world. Their aim is that of being part of the new evangelization at the rhythm of the extraordinary form of the roman rite – i.e. the Latin and Gregorian Mass, celebrated according to the last edition of the Tridentine Missal published by Pope John XXIII.

During the three-day pilgrimage, its participants have the opportunity of witnessing the eternal youth of the traditional liturgy. Friday, the pilgrims gather in the Basilica of Santa Maria “ad Martyres” (Pantheon), where they assist at solemn Vespers. Saturday, after a time of Eucharistic adoration and a procession throughout the streets of the centre of Rome, a solemn Pontifical Mass is celebrated in St. Peter’s Basilica. The pilgrimage ends Sunday, feast of Christ the King, with a Mass celebrated in the church of the Santissima Trinità dei Pellegrini by the prelate who accompanied the faithful during those days of devotion and prayer.


IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR PRIESTS PARTICIPATING IN THE PILGRIMAGE

 

 

Due to the almost complete elimination of private Masses in St. Peter's and the difficulties that may arise in other parishes, priests who wish to celebrate in the following two churches during their stay in Rome are asked to book their "turn" in advance:

 

- At the Trinità dei Pellegrini, Piazza della Trinità dei Pellegrini, by contacting the sacristan: sagrestia@fssp.it or +393482637981

 

 

- At Santi Celso e Giuliano, Via del Banco di Santo Spirito 5, by contacting Canon Landais: chn.landais@icrsp.org

 

Schedule of the Pilgrimage

Ad Petri Sedem 2022

Friday, 28th October 2022, at 5:30 pm

- Vespers in the Basilica of St. Mary of the Martyrs (Pantheon), organised by the Institute of the Good Shepherd, presided over by His Eminence Cardinal Matteo Maria Zuppi, Archbishop of Bologna, President of the Italian Episcopal Conference

 

Saturday, 29th October 2022

- 9.30 am: Adoration in the Basilica of San Celso e Giuliano, organised by the Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest

- 10.30 am: Departure of the Procession to St Peter's Basilica

- 11:30 a.m.: Solemn Mass at the Altar of the Chair in St. Peter's Basilica, celebrated by Msgr. Marco Agostini, of the Secretary of State and Pontifical Master of Ceremonies

 

Sunday, 30th October 2022, at 11:00 am

- Solemn Mass of Christ the King in the Church of the Holy Trinity of the Pilgrims, organised by the Fraternity of St. Peter, celebrated by Mgr. Patrick Descourtieux, of the Dicastery for the Doctrine of the Faith


IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR PRIESTS PARTICIPATING IN THE PILGRIMAGE

 

 

Due to the almost complete elimination of private Masses in St. Peter's and the difficulties that may arise in other parishes, priests who wish to celebrate in the following two churches during their stay in Rome are asked to book their "turn" in advance:

 

- At the Trinità dei Pellegrini, Piazza della Trinità dei Pellegrini, by contacting the sacristan: sagrestia@fssp.it or +393482637981

 

 

- At Santi Celso e Giuliano, Via del Banco di Santo Spirito 5, by contacting Canon Landais: chn.landais@icrsp.org




7th Pax Liturgica Gathering

The 7th meeting will be held at the Patristic Institute Augustinianum, located opposite the Holy Office, on the edge of St Peter's Square (via Paolo VI, 25).


Program


09h00 : Reception of the participants

09h45 : Welcome address by Fr Claude Barthe, chaplain of the Coetus Internationalis Summorum Pontificum (CISP)

10h00 : Presentation of the meeting by Professor Rubén Peretó Rivas, coordinator of the meeting.

10h15 : Trinidad Dufourq, "The traditional liturgy and the pilgrimage of Our Lady of Christianity in the Hispanic world".

11h00 : Don Nicola Bux : "From Mediator Dei to Summorum Pontificum: the remedies to the collapse of a liturgy celebrated as if God were not there".

12h00 : Aldo Maria Valli : "The Traditional Mass: the rediscovered treasure".

13h00 : Buffet

14h30 : Peter Kwasniewski: "The Rights of Immemorial Tradition and the Limits of Papal Positivism"

15h30 : Christian Marquant, "In conclusion, what future for the traditional world after Traditionis Custodes?"

16h00 : End of the activities at the Augustinianum.



19/10/2022
 

95 FLAGS FOR LITURGICAL PEACE



Dear Friends,

Our pilgrimage was born in 2012 to show our gratitude to Pope Benedict XVI, who, by publishing his motu proprio Summorum Pontificum, had recalled that the old missal had never been abrogated and had freely allowed its celebration for all Latin priests who wished to do so.

Today, more than a year after the publication of Traditionis Custodes, we will once again go fervently ad Petri Sedem, that is to say, to the See of Peter and to the Tomb of the Apostle, in order to pray for a return to liturgical peace, and we shall do so peacefully, as a quiet force.

Remember that our pilgrimage is not based on numbers but on the fact that the pilgrims each year represent the thousands of groups of faithful who, whatever happens, will continue to live their Catholic faith to the liturgical rhythm of the usus antiquior. Theses faithful are scattered over the five continents, all of them attached to the Church and to the Successor of Peter.

The 95 flags that will float over the column of pilgrims in procession from Saint-Celsus’ to Saint-Peter’s represent the 95 countries where the beautiful traditional liturgy is celebrated today, illustrating the universal character of this liturgical attachment.

See you Soon in Rome !

In Domino,

Christian Marquant

President of CISP

 
 

The previous pilgrimages


Every year since 2012, the pilgrimage “Populus Summorum Pontificum” goes ad Petri sedem in order to give testimony of the attachment that binds numerous faithful throughout the whole world to the traditional liturgy.

 
 

Pilgrimage 2022


 
 

Pilgrimage 2021

Mons. Patrick Descourtieux
Ex President of the Pontifical Commission “Ecclesia Dei”
 
 

Pilgrimage 2020

Cardinal Raymond Leo Burke
President of the Supreme Tribunal of the Apostolic Signatura
Former Archbishop of St. Louis (USA) and Bishop of La Crosse (EUA)
 
 

Pilgrimage 2019

Mons. Dominique Rey
Bishop of Fréjus-Toulon (France)
 
 

Pilgrimage 2018

Mons. Czelaw Kozon
Bishop of Copenhagen (Denmark)
 
 

Pilgrimage 2017

Mons. Guido Pozzo
Secretary of the Pontifical Commission “Ecclesia Dei”
Archbishop titular of Bagnoregio
 
 

Pilgrimage 2016

Mons. Alexander Sample
Archbishop of Portland, Oregon (USA)
 
 

Pilgrimage 2015

Mons. Juan Rodolfo Laise
Former Bishop of San Luis (Argentina)
 
 

Pilgrimage 2014

Cardinal Raymond Leo Burke
Cardinal Patronus of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta
Former President of the Supreme Tribunal of the Apostolic Signatura, Archbishop of St. Louis (USA) and Bishop of La Crosse (USA)
 
 

Pilgrimage 2013

Cardinal Darío Castrillón Hoyos
President of the Pontifical Commission “Ecclesia Dei”
Former Prefect of the Congregation for the Clergy
 
 

Pilgrimage 2012

Cardinal Antonio Cañizares Llovera
Former Prefect of the Congregation for the Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments
 

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Coetus Internationalis Summorum Pontificum


The Pilgrimage “Populus Summorum Pontificum” is fruit of the work of the Coetus Internationalis, which includes 12 associations working together to ensure that everything goes well during the Roman pilgrimage.


The Coetus is open to all associations that may wish to contribute to the promotion and the development of this initiative.

 
 

Foederatio Internationalis Una Voce

Felipe Alanis Suarez
http://www.fiuv.org/
 
 

CNSP - Coordinamento Nazionale del Summorum Pontificum

Marco Sgroï
http://www.summorumpontificum.org/
 
 

Notre-Dame de Chrétienté

Jean de Tauriers
https://www.nd-chretiente.com/
 
 

Latin Mass Society

Joseph Shaw
https://lms.org.uk/
 
 

Pro Missa Tridentina

Monika Rheinschmitt
https://www.pro-missa-tridentina.org/
 
 

Orémus - Paix Liturgique

Christian Marquant
https://www.paix-liturgique.org/
 
 

Una Voce España

Juan Manuel Rodriguez Gonzalez-Cordero
https://unavocespana.es/
 
 

Una Voce Italia

Fabio Marino
http://www.unavoceitalia.org/
 
 

Una Voce France

Patrick Banken
https://www.unavoce.fr/
 
 

Senza Pagare

Joao Silveira
http://senzapagare.blogspot.com/?m=1
 
 

CIEL

Professeur Rubén Peretó Rivas
 
 

Nuesta Señora de la Cristiandad

Diana Catalán
https://nscristiandad.es/
 
 

Renaissance catholique

https://renaissancecatholique.fr/
 
 

Ecclesiastical Council


Since the General Assembly of 2020, the Ecclesiastical Council is chaired by Rev. Father Claude Barthe, who is assisted by 5 assistant priests.

 
 

Father Claude Barthe
Chaplain of the Pilgrimage “Summorum Pontificum”
 
 

Father Giorgio Lenzi, IBP
Institute of the Good Shepherd
 
 

Father William Barker, FSSP
Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter
 
 

Canon Marco Cuneo
Rector of the Shrines of San Bartolomeo al Mare and of Nostra Signora della Rovere, Diocese of Albenga
 
 

Canon Antoine Landais, ICKSP
Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest
 
 

Father Nuno Castello-Branco Bastos
Diocesan priest
 
 

Abbé Joao Silveira
 

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